The Unknown Quest

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For readers aged 15+. Thousands of years ago, one of Sherath’s distant ancestors refused to take on a quest. He's agreed to complete it, but without his full powers that can't be done. Time is running out for his race, and they have been waiting for the saviour and leader, told of in an ancient prophecy, to arrive and help them. But she turns out to be a volatile teenager from modern-day Earth. More
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About Mark Ash

I was born and bred in Southern England, and live in a fantasy world in the general area of the New Forest, Hampshire. I'm kind of middling: middle height, middle weight, and middle-aged. Over the years I've been owned by animals of various species, both domestic and agricultural. Many of my family have been journalists and writers; my younger daughter has started writing her own books, and her son is already showing promise in his wordcrafting. I'm somewhat of a recluse; I like to remain fairly anonymous as far as my writing is concerned; it helps me to keep my fantasy world and The Real World separate.

I'm one of the many New Forest Commoners – which means that some of the ponies grazing on the New Forest belong to me & my family.

"Mark Ash" is a pseudonym behind which I hide; it's actually a local place name.

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Epic fantasy aimed at readers aged 15+.

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Review by: Nicolle Shield on July 29, 2017 :
I found myself hooked on this book very quickly. The characters draw you in and you instantly feel like you know every single one of them. I love the relationships between them, and the humour in their conversations is brilliant. They are all relatable characters and following them through the storylines is an immensely enjoyable experience.
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Review by: TazMason on May 6, 2017 :
I loved this book! It's easy reading and it grips you from start to end. I love the relationships between the characters and the elements of humour throughout the book. A really lovely fantasy that I would happily lose myself in again! I've already started reading the sequel (The unnamed blade).
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Review by: Cathy Towers on May 4, 2017 :
A very good read. The book captured my interest from the outset and was well written with lots of interesting detail and good characterisation. The author apparently loves David Eddings and Tolkein and you can detect their influences in the writing. I am looking forward to reading the sequel!
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